12 Jun '13, 3am

Singapore’s DocDoc and DoctorPage merge to expand Web-based doctor bookings across Asia

There is consolidation in Southeast Asia’s nascent digital health market after DocDoc and DoctorPage , two Singapore-based companies that make booking a doctor’s appointment as easy as a restaurant, announced that they have merged. The value of the deal is not being disclosed for now. The new entity will be called DocDoc Pte Ltd. and will remain headquartered in Singapore. Both companies provide platforms through which patients can easily find and book appointments with doctors online, and they say that pooling their resources will create a stronger offering for both patients and doctors alike. DocDoc says the combining of the firms will give the new company 500,000 active monthly visitors — including doctors and patients — of which the majority are in Singapore, with a smaller number in South Korea. Merger deals between competitors are rare in Asia. Explaining how the col...

Full article: http://thenextweb.com/asia/2013/06/12/singapores-docdoc-a...

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